List of Melbourne tram routes

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Metlink tram stop signage

This is a list of tram routes operated by Yarra Trams in Melbourne, Australia.

Current routes[edit]

Route Map Destinations Comments
1 Melbourne trams route 1 map.png East Coburg

South Melbourne Beach
via Lygon & Swanston Streets
3 Melbourne trams route 3 map.png Melbourne University

Malvern East
Weekdays only
3a Melbourne trams route 3 map.png Melbourne University

Malvern East
via St Kilda (weekends and public holidays only)
5 Melbourne trams route 5 map.png Melbourne University

6 Melbourne trams route 6 map.png Melbourne University

Glen Iris
8 Moreland

via Lygon & Swanston Streets
11 West Preston

Victoria Harbour Docklands
via Collins Street
12 St Kilda/Fitzroy Street

Victoria Gardens
via Collins Street
16 Melbourne University

via St Kilda
19 Coburg North

Flinders Street station
via Elizabeth Street
30 Melbourne trams route 30 map.png St Vincent's Plaza

Docklands Stadium
via La Trobe Street
35 Melbourne trams route city circle map.png City Circle Zero-fare service encircling the central business district
48 Victoria Harbour Docklands

Balwyn North
via Collins Street
55 West Coburg

Domain Interchange
via William Street & City
57 West Maribyrnong

Flinders Street station
via North Melbourne & Elizabeth Street
59 Airport West

Flinders Street station
via Elizabeth Street
64 Melbourne University

Brighton East
67 Melbourne University

70 Waterfront City Docklands

Wattle Park
72 Melbourne University

75 Melbourne trams route 75 map.png City (Spencer Street)

Vermont South
78 North Richmond

via Prahran
82 Moonee Ponds Junction

86 Melbourne trams route 86 map.png Bundoora RMIT

Waterfront City Docklands
via Smith & Bourke Streets
96 Melbourne trams route 96 map.png Brunswick East

St Kilda Beach
via Bourke Street, City & St Kilda light rail
109 Melbourne trams route 109 map.png Box Hill

Port Melbourne
via Collins Street, City & Port Melbourne light rail

Subsidiary routes[edit]

These are off-peak and special event services that run along part of a major route. These routes, known as phantom routes because they did not appear on timetables or maps, have disappeared and are now indicated by an "a" after the main route number to indicate that the service is altered, or a "d" to indicate a service is going only to the tram's depot.

Discontinued routes[edit]


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